Hub Controls

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Oliver Hynes, HUB Controls chief executive. The company with US expansion plans is targeting sales of €10 million by the end of next year

Irish smart home energy company Hub Controls is to create 50 jobs as it plans its expansion into the United States. The company is targeting sales of(...)

Oliver Hynes, HUB Controls chief executive. The company was a previous finalist in The Irish Times Innovation awards

Dublin-based HUB Controls has become the first international winner of US-based clean tech competition 76West Clean Energy Competition, netting the fi(...)

Derek Walker, overall winner of the Irish Local Development Network (ILDN) Enterprise Awards. Photograph: Barry Cronin

A blind man who set up his own business after struggling to find work last night became overall winner of the Enterprise Awards after expanding his fi(...)

Ollie Hynes, chief executive, Hub Controls.  Photograph: Conor McCabe

To the vast majority of people a kilowatt hour has about as much meaning as a kiwi fruit when it comes to their home energy usage. And cubic metres of(...)

Judges of the 2016 awards: back, from left, Prof Pat Daly, Teagasc; Prof Pat Gibbons, UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School; Dr Paul Beaney, Ulster University; Robert Love, AbbVie. Front, from left: Dr Marion Boland, Science Foundation Ireland; Niall Campbell, KPMG; Michael McAleer. Photograph: Eric Luke

From cutting edge technology behind space exploration and autonomous cars, to a smart way to unload all those foreign coins we have stuffed away in d(...)